Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Old Glory CD-319 Panzer IA

Working backwards now, I finished up three Panzer I As. Nice little tanks, not a whole lot larger than my car. And not a whole lot more effective in combat, too! Well, maybe I shouldn't be too hard on the little guys-- here is one with a bunch of British POWs.

Ouch, look at the metal I left showing at the bottom of the bodies! That's where glue was holding them onto a stick for handling while painting. Never even saw it-- of course, until I post for everybody else to see. It's always something...

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  1. Those panzers are looking great! I'm definitely going to have to paint French 25mm AT guns next!

    The bare spot looks like an excellent place for a little added mud...

  2. [...] Hoody hoo! I’m back on the paint wagon after having to take some time of for family issues. Here you see my six new Panzer III Ausf. Es. The hatches on these were a complete bitch– not too hard to glue open with the commander in the hatch, but basically impossible to model closed. The rear is sculpted round and irregularly, making it exceedingly difficult to fit into the hatch and glue flat. “Screw it,” I said, and just left the hatches off. Also, I have photographed one of these bad boys with their puny cousin, the Panzer I Ausf. A. [...]